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Lyrical Warfare, Vol. One

by Various Artists

It is an intelligent, subversive and hard-hitting lyrical assault by revolutionary emcees, from the controversial Anti-Injustice Movement, which utilizes hip-hop as a weapon of mass destruction against those who perpetrate global injustice.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Political Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Talk The Talk
Street Poet Monte Smith
2:50 $0.99
2. Can't Stop Won't Stop (feat. Block McCloud & Riles)
2:58 $0.99
3. The Global Resistance (feat. Lyrical Agent & Plato)
Beast 1333
5:01 $0.99
4. Taking AIM
3:33 $0.99
5. Disorder
Stream of Consciousness
1:43 $0.99
6. Pull'n Ya Card
Street Poet Monte Smith, Perseverance & DJ Vadim
3:38 $0.99
7. Still Stays (feat. Divine Styler, King Live D, Nick Hernandez & Dan Castillo)
Gabe "V-Non" Rosales
5:11 $0.99
8. Open Your Eyes
Lyrical Agent
4:46 $0.99
9. Legend Begun
Stream of Consciousness
2:08 $0.99
10. Counter Argument
Greydon Square
3:29 $0.99
11. Business
Perseverance & Capital-"X"
3:44 $0.99
12. Warn Them
The Welfare Poets
6:08 $0.99
13. Blair Witch Project
4:45 $0.99
14. We're All In the Same Gang
3:37 $0.99
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Album Notes
Track Credits

1) Talk The Talk by Street Poet Monte Smith
2) Can't Stop Won't Stop by Awkword (feat. Block McCloud & Riles)
3) The Global Resistance by Beast 1333 (feat. Lyrical Agent & Plato) (Explicit)
4) Taking AIM by SAI
5) Disorder by Stream Of Consciousness
6) Pull'n Your Card by Street Poet Monte Smith, Perseverance and DJ Vadim
7) Still Stays by Gabe 'V-Non' Rosales (Explicit)
8) Open Your Eyes by Lyrical Agent (Explicit)
9) Legend Begun by Stream of Consciousness (Explicit)
10) Counter Argument by Greydon Square (Explicit)
11) Business by Perseverance & Capital-'X' (Explicit)
12) Warn Them by The Welfare Poets (Explicit)
13) Blair Witch Project by Eastborn (Explicit)
14) We All In The Same Gang by Capital-'X' (Explicit)

The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM)

"The true revolutionary is guided by feelings of love."
(Che Guevara)

The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) is a global movement of activists, political emcees and protest poets who are fighting together to achieve the slow but steady destruction of global injustice. We struggle via non-violent and creative means against injustices perpetrated by corrupt governments, political and fundamentalist factions of organized religion, and corporate vampires. To do this we utilize the five elements of hip-hop (knowlege being the fifth), protest poetry, and grassroots campaigning as a means of awarenes raising and political revolt. We are against Western Militarism, Political Islam, and Zionism in equal measure and will combat them all because we refuse to choose between three evils.

We have no overall political affilation as a movement although one could say our flavour is distinctly libertarian, but what we do share is a determination to create a just, tolerant, and equal society which values both human and animal rights. We will fight against all forms of oppression and discrimination because we believe that regardless of one's sex, race, sexual preference, religion, or culture, we should all have the same basic universal rights (this includes freedom of speech and expression). We are against the US death penalty, the 'allies' oil driven wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and for freedom in Palestine. Nevertheless we oppose the barbaric Islamic regimes in countries like Iran and Saudi Arabia, and stand with the people against these militant religious oppressors. We are a secular organization that is comprized of people of different theological beliefs but we are all for the seperation of religion and politics, and vehemently oppose political and fundamentalists elements of organized religion. Thus we protest against Sharia and other faith based laws, faith schools, and any religious practices which are discriminative, intolerant, or violate human or animal rights. We seek to maintain freedom of religion and also freedom from religion. However we contend that human and animal rights trump religious expression because they are essential to the foundations of any civillized and just society.

We also oppose corporate amorality in it's many forms and stand up for animal rights, equal rights in the workplace, environmental ethics, fair trade and against child and forced labour. We boycott and raise awareness about any companies who are engaging in any forms of unethical practice.

We will also attempt to deprogramme the minds of those who have been lulled into sedation by the soothing lies that surround us because apathy is no longer an option. The time has come to stand up, throw your fist in the air and pledge to take AIM for the ethical revolution.

The AIM Raptivist Collective

The Anti-Injustice Movement (aka The AIM) use various creative and non-violent methods to fight against global injustice. One of these methods involves performing and promoting intelligent underground political hip-hop, also known as 'raptivism.' Thus 'The AIM Raptivist Collective' is composed of a growing number of ethically minded emcees who want to use their music to raise people's awareness about injustice in all it's many forms. The AIM intend to make raptivism a more established genre in order to offer a positive, intelligent and empowering alternative to white washed corporate industry rap which is racist, sexist, homophobic, violent and exploits negative Black and Latino stereotypes.



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This album expands my mind there is just so much talent on here. Each artist shines on their own but as a collective they are a force to be reckoned with. This album is perfectly suited for our times fulfilling our desperate need for the uncensored truth. It explores current events, world history and the human condition. It seeks to exposes the oppressive power structures which have enslaved humanity. It offers harsh truths and hope in equal measure. Fantastic